The importance of mentoring relationships among youth workers.
New directions for youth development
2011 Suppl 1
Organizational leaders often work to retain their employees and teach them the knowledge needed in becoming future organizational leaders. The purpose of the study examined in this article was to determine how mentoring within Camp Adventure Child and Youth Services contributes to the development of students selected to deliver programs to children and youth worldwide. Strong evidence of mentoring and development were found in both the training and delivery of services. The results of this study are meaningful not only for the particular program studied but for all youth-serving organizations. Supervisors and administrators of youth-serving organizations should be intentional about developing and promoting healthy mentoring relationships to create positive environments for staff and the youth being served. Copyright © 2011 Wiley Periodicals, Inc., A Wiley Company.
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Gassman, Julianne and Gleason, Michael C., "The importance of mentoring relationships among youth workers." (2011). Faculty Publications. 1996.